RUSSIAN ART 1920–1950
RUSSIAN ART 1920–1950
IN THE ORBIT OF THE SOCIETY OF EASEL PAINTERS (OST)
Fedor Bogorodsky. Composition
1930 | Collage, ink on paper
Petr Williams. Sketch for the setting of the theatre production “The Phantom Lady” produced from Pedro Сalderón’s play and staged by V. Stanitsyn’s at the Moscow Theater “Komediya”
1939 | Oil on paper. 38,8×57
Konstantin Vyalov. Railway Station. Baku
1933 | Oil on canvas. 79x65
Andrey Goncharov. Oil tanks on the jetty. Novorossiysk
1930 | Watercolor and gouache on paper. 41,7×63,6
Nikolay Denisovsky. Steam dredger. The Far East. From the Gold series.
1930 | Watercolor and gouache on paper. 26,5×36,2
Georgy Echeistov. Geometric Figures
1920s | Ink, brush, graphite pencil on paper. 29,5×23,5
Tatiana Eremina. At the Water Stadium
1940 | Color autolithography. 44×53,5 (40×50,5)
Efrosinya Ermilova-Platova. At the Station
1932 | Oil on canvas. 53,3×64
Alexander Zhitomirsky. Idler. Illustration for ROST magazine No. 21
First half of the 1930s | Ink, pen, brush, white on paper. 31,5×24,5
Lidya Zholtkevich. Illustration for Fedor Dostoevsky's short story "A Little hero"
1927–1928 | Woodcut. 13×15
Petr Karachentsov. Electricians
1930s | Gouache, red and black ink, pen on paper. 41,3×29,5
Alexander Kozlov. Under the Rain
1934 | Ink on paper. 30×45
Victor Koretsky. Still Life
1933 | Tempera and ink on paper. 26×23
Nikolay Kupreyanov. Seamstresses
1920s | Ink, brush, pen and graphite pencil on paper. 35,5×26,5
Alexander Labas. Navigator
1936 | Tempera and gesso on paper. 44,5×31,4
Vera Livanova. Portrait of a Worker
1932 | Graphite pencil on paper. 35,5×31
Anna Nazarina. Mobile Theatre. Projects
1925 | Black and red ink on paper. 22,7×32,7
Georgy Nissky. On the Railway Tracks. Winter
Second half of the 1940s | Oil on canvas. 56,7×59,5
Yury Pimenov. Still Life with Orange
1944 | Oil on cardboard. 26,2×34
Fedor Platov. Still Life with Plaster Sculpture and Red Carafe
1930 | Watercolor on paper. 57,3×40,2
Alexey Rybnikov. Summer Night. Dikson
1937 | Oil on canvas. 126×181
Alexander Tyshler. Set Design for Vasily Katanyan's Play "They Knew Mayakosky" at the Academic Drama Theater named after Alexander Pushkin, Leningrad
1954 | Oil on plywood. 34,5×55
Vladimir Tyagunov. On the Pier
Early 1930s | Oil on canvas. 117,5×132
Iraida Fomina. See the Land of Soviets. Poster design
Late 1920s – early 1930s |Gouache and ink on paper. 38,5×27,7 (34,5×23,5)
Mikhail Fram. Still life
ca. 1920 | Woodcut with watercolor, gouache and varnish. 25,2×25,2 (19,5×19,7)
Konstantin Chebotarev. Illustration for B. Shergin's Fairy Tale "Gilded Foreheads"
1935 | Oil on cardboard. 49×62,2 (37,8×44,3)
Mikhail Cheremnykh. Keep Your Eyes Open
1931 | Gouache, charcoal and pastel on paper. 43,7×31,8
Nisson Shifrin. Set Design for Sergey Vasilenko's Ballet "Mirandolina" at the Bolshoi Theatre, Moscow
1957 | Oil on canvas. mounted on cardboard
David Shterenberg. Still life
1926 | Woodcut. 17×23,2 (13×14)
Galina Shubina. Scream
Late 1920s – early 1930s | Oil on paper. 73×49,2
Boris Erdman. Set Design
1930s – 1940s | Oil on canvas. 40×60
THE 13 GROUP AND MIKHAIL SOKOLOV
Nikolay Kuzmin. Winter
1939 | Watercolor on paper. 47,2×36
Tatiana Mavrina. Nude on a Sofa
1930s | Watercolor, white, pencil, ink, brush on paper. 44×31,1
Vladimir Milashevsky. Myasnitskye Vorota
1930 | Ink, pen and match on paper. 36,4×27,5
Mikhail Sokolov. Double Portrait
Second half of the 1920s | Charcoal on paper. 34,3×25,7
Antonina Sofronova. Passersby
1935 | Watercolor, ink and pen on paper. 30,8×35,4
Nadezhda Udaltsova. Old Nork. Armenia
1933 | Oil on canvas. 44,5×55
MAKOVETS, THE GUILD OF PAINTERS (TSEKH ZHIVOPISTSEV), THE NEW SOCIETY OF PAINTERS (NOZh) AND OTHERS
Rostislav Barto. Oriental Woman with Child
1931 | Monotype. 48,8×38,5 (36×28)
Nikolay Viting. Construction of the Railway
Early 1930s | Oil on canvas. 53×70
Boris Golopolosov. Fish delivery at the barge
1931 | Watercolor on paper. 17×20 (13,3×16)
Anatoly Gusyatinsky. Children
1928 | Ink on paper. 42,8×30
Konstantin Zefirov. Study for the painting “Divers. EPRON” (Special Purpose Underwater Expeditions)
1932 | Oil on canvas. 62,5×50
Valery Kapterev. Central Asia. Study
1930 | Oil on cardboard. 24×31,7
Nicolay Karakhan. Landscape with Eastern Buildings
1920s – 1930s | Oil on cardboard. 32,5×46
Mikhail Perutsky. Barbershop. Slavutich
1922 | Oil on cardboard, mounted on plywood. 48,3×58,8
Vasily Pochitalov. Solikamsk. Industrial Landscape
1937 | Oil on canvas. 63,5×74,5
Georgy Rublev. Red Army Soldiers in Pioneer Camp
1932 | Tempera and gouache on paper
Lev Soloviev. Gorky. Above the Volga
1934 | Oil on canvas. 50x60
Artur Fonvizin. Portrait of N. Vesnina, Architect V. Vesnin’s Wife
1944 | Watercolor on paper. 60,5×44
Leonid Horoshkevich. Launching Aerostat. Tverskoy Boulevard
1944 | Oil on canvas
Alexander Shevchenko. Sketch for Portrait of Actress
1929 | Tempera and gesso on thin cardboard. 44×35
Yury Shchukin. Night
First half of the 1930s | Gouache and watercolor on paper. 31,8×33
Anton Yastrzhembsky. Landscape
1920s | Ink on paper. 42×35,7
MOSCOW CEZANNEISTS
Petr Konchalovsky. Abramtsevo. Oak Grove
1920 | Oil on canvas. 58×88,5
Alexander Kuprin. Crimean Landscape. Cul-de-sac
1936 | Oil on canvas. 79×105
Aristarkh Lentulov. Nude Putting on her Stockings. Study for "In the Artist's Studio"
1923 | Oil on canvas. 129×115
Alexander Osmerkin. Self-portrait
1941–1947 | Oil on canvas. 52×43,5
Robert Falk. Still Life with Sunflowers, Rowan and Pears
1945 | Oil on canvas. 60,5×80,7
German Fedorov. Cement Plant in Novorossiysk
1929 | Oil on canvas. 71,5×121
FOUR ARTS
Lev Bruni. Thunderstorm
1920s | Tempera on paper. 79,7×67
Vasily Vatagin. Memories of Ceylon
1931 | Oil on plywood. 99,5×76,5
Ivan Efimov. Walking Back from the Theatre
1934 | Lithographic pencil, pastel on paper. 63.5×45
Konstantin Istomin. Lida with Cigarette
1930 | Graphite pencil, watercolor and gouache on paper. 46,5×37,5 (42×37,5)
Alexey Kravchenko. In the Gorky Park of culture and recreation
1938 | Woodcut. 28×39 (19,8×30,8)
Pavel Kuznetsov. Bouquets on the Table
Second half of the 1930s | Oil on canvas. 59×100
Sarra Lebedeva. Nude
1920s | Ink, brush on paper. 27×21,5
Martiros Saryan. Workers Village and Cement Factory in Armenia
1937 | Oil on canvas. 89×129
Nina Simonovich-Efimova. Festive Demonstration in Izhevsk
1932 | Oil on canvas. 53×72
Vladimir Tatlin. Portrait of a young man
1942 | Pencil on paper. 32×20
Vladimir Favorsky. In the Metro
1939 | Woodcut. 35×39,7 (22,6×29,8)
Ivan Shadr. Portrait Of V. Mukhina
1930s | Lithographic pencil on paper. 51.5×45.7 (41.5×43)
RUSSIAN ARTISTS ABROAD
Kremegne Pinchus. Still Life by the Night Sea
1920s – 1930s | Oil on canvas. 54×73,2
Kliment Redko. Eyes
1932 | Brown ink and pen on paper. 48×65
Vasily Shukhaev. La Ciotat
1929 | Tempera on canvas. 60×78,2
Vasily Yakovlev. Portrait of a woman
1930 | Sanguine, charcoal on paper. 57,5×43,3
ASSOCIATION OF ARTISTS OF THE REVOLUTION (AKhR) AND PROLETARIAN ART
Mikhail Belov. Blacksmiths
Late 1910s – early 1920s | Woodcut. 18,2×29,4 (15,2×23,7)
Alexander Gerasimov. Discussing the Moscow Artists’ Exhibition
1944 | Watercolor, graphite pencil on paper. 51×61 (40×51,2)
Tatiana Grushevskaya. Seamstresses. From the series Zagorsk. Artisanal Toy Factory.
1935 | Ink, pen, brush, watercolor, whitewash on Wallpaper. 42,6×46,5
Boris Zenkevich. Ilyinskiye Vorota Square
1933 | Oil on canvas. 81×65,5
Nikolay Kozochkin. Still Life with Fruits and Sweets
1948 | Oil on canvas. 66×82
Vasily Kostyanitsyn. Rest Stop in the Mountains
Early 1920s | Oil on plywood. 77,5×59,2
Ivan Kulikov. Pioneer with Bugle
Second half of the 1920s – 1930s | Oil on canvas. 84,5×53,5
Dmitry Lebedev. Requiem
1930 | Oil on canvas. 98×80,5
Ariadna Magidson. Construction of the Bobrikovsky Chemical Plant.
1935 | Tempera on cardboard. 48×52,5
Alexander Monin. Races
1934 | Oil on canvas. 40×200
Yulia Razumovskaya. On the Tram
1930s | Oil on canvas. 79×93
Elena Rodova. Condemning a Truant. From the “Metro” series
1934 | Watercolor, gouache and pastel on paper. 70×52,5
Pavel Chernyshov. A Manufacturing Defect Was Made
1952 | Litography. 46,9×62 (37×50)
Fedor Shurpin. Waiting
Late 1920s – early 1930s | Oil on canvas. 83,5×63,5
Vasily Yakovlev. Fruits on Salver
1953 | Oil on canvas. 60×80
Olga Yanovskaya. Performers of the Bolshoi Theatre Are Welcoming Shock Workers in the Box
1937 | Oil on canvas
ARTISTS OF SOCIALIST REALISM
Fedor Antonov. Wife's Portrait (L. Silich)
Second half of the 1920s | Oil on canvas. 49x40
Pavel Benkov. Figure by the Irrigation Ditch
1946 | Oil on canvas. 137,5×143
Alexander Gerasimov. Bombay Dancer
1953–1954 | Watercolor and gouache on paper, mounted on plywood. 53,6×42
Alexander Elagin. Berlin
1945 | Oil on cardboard. 43×60,5
New Year'"s Eve at the Literaturnaya Gazeta
1939 | Ink and graphite pencil on paper. 40×58
Anatoly Kokorin. City at Night
1947 | Oil on canvas. 50×60
Lia Ratner. At VSKhV. Near the Mechanisation and Electrification of USSR Agricultural Industry Pavilion
1950s | Autolitography. 59,5×47,7 (47,2×44,5)
Nikolay Sokolov. Primroses by the Window
1940 | Oil on canvas. 54,5×43
Boris Yakovlev. Landscape
1930s – 1940s | Oil on cardboard. 21,3×28
ARCHITECTURE AND MONUMENTAL ART
Alexander Baransky. Fragment depicting side-view of the main entrance of the Palace of the Soviets in the USSR. Authors of the design – Boris Iofan and Vladimir Gel'freykh
1946 | Etching.58,7×46 (50,5×40)
Boris Iofan. Palace of the Soviets. Fragment depicting the top of the building. Sverdlovsk version
1942 | Pencil on tracing paper, mounted on cardboard. 89,5×49,3
Georgy Rublev. America. Decorative panel for the 6th World Festival of Youth and Students held in Moscow
1957 | Tempera and bronze paint on canvas. 203×300
Igor Rublev. Fresco sketch for a theatre in Murmansk
1954 | Tempera on canvas, mounted on plywood. 100×100
Leonid Feinberg. Caucasus. Panel sketch for the Kurskaya railway station
1948 | Watercolor and gouache on paper. 39,5×63,5 (33×63,5)
SCULPTURE: MOSCOW MODERNISTS
Meer Aizenstadt. Physical Education. Fragment of the architectural composition with sculptural elements “Dedication to Lucas Cranach”
1929–1933 | Plaster. H. 112,5
Ariadna Arendt. Crimean Tatar
1926 | Tinted plaster. H. 30
Alexey Babichev. Grape Harvester. Relief for the VSKhV (All-Union Agricultural Exhibition)
1938 | Majolica. 27×31
Sergey Bulakovsky. Worker with a Hammer
1927 | Artificial stone. H. 76,5
Vasily Vatagin. Mermaid
1934 | Tinted wood. H. 48
Anna Golubkina. Birch
1927 | Plaster. H. 97,5
Anatoly Grigoriev. Antique Motif
1930s | Patinated bronze H.12,5
Ivan Efimov. Acrobat with a Ball
1927 | Faience, underglaze and overglaze painting, gilding. H. 39,5
Alexey Zelensky. Selfportrait
1930s | Punched metal. 35×27
Boris Korolev. Standing Nude Leaning on a Pedestal
1923 | Plaster. H. 44
Yulia Kun. Young man
1930s | Quebracho tree. H. 41,5 (49,5)
Sarra Lebedeva. Portrait of S. Marshak
1943 | Tinted Plaster. H. 17,5
Nina Niss-Goldman. Portrait of V. Bryusov
1924 | Tinted plaster, wood, metal. H. 79
Yury Pommer. Draped Nude
1930s | Tinted plaster. H. 46
Konstantin Fomin. Of the Woods and Flowers
1930s | Wood. H. 52,3
Isidor Frikh-Khar. Tiger. Ceramic box
1937 | Faience, underglaze and overglaze polychrome painting. H. 15
Maria Kholodnaya. Galya at the piano. Music lesson. Fragment
1945 | Faience, painting. 40×22
Joseph Chaikov. The Circus. Sketch
1941 | Zinc. H. 27
David Yakerson. Cubo-Suprematist Figure (model for a monument)
1920 | Patinated bronze. H. 36,5
SCULPTURE: ASSOCIATION OF ARTISTS OF THE REVOLUTION (AKhR)
AND PROLETARIAN ART
Vladimir Almazov. Worker and Peasant. Bookends
1932 | Majolica. H.25
Zinaida Bazhenova. Uzbek woman
1947 | Majolica. H. 28,5
Mikhail Belashov. Border Guards. Composition fragment
1930s | Majolica. H. 36,2
Ekaterina Belashova. Youth
1949 | Tinted plaster. H. 43,5
Boris Lange. Evenk with Dog
1925 | Porcelain, overglaze painting. H. .21,5
Matvey Manizer. Woman Athlete
1947 | Plaster. H. 58
Vera Mukhina. Uzbek Woman with Jug. Figure sketch for the unrealized project "Fountain of Nations" in Moscow
1933 | Plaster. H. 51
Alexey Sotnikov. Fisher
1941 | Porcelain, underglaze painting. H. 64
Maria Strakhovskaya. Genius
1931 | Tinted plaster. H. 205
Aron Traskunov. Cow Woman
1939 | Majolica. D. 33
SCULPTURE: RUSSIA ABROAD
Serafim Sudbinin. Christmas
1930s | Ceramic body, gold lustre. H. 29,5
Stepan Erzia. Sleep
1934 | Quebracho tree. H. 22 (28)